Nearly 10 years ago, Kristina and Daniel McFeeters began holding monthly cooking classes in the small town of Whitley City, Ky. Through God’s providence, this simple ministry grew into a plant-based vegetarian restaurant and bakery called Kristina’s Kitchen. The restaurant is now a center of influence in rural eastern Kentucky, connecting with the community and sharing the love of Jesus through delicious healthy food. However, some may ask if health ministries are effective in winning souls for Jesus.
Victoria Delaughter started going to Kristina’s Kitchen because of her interest in health and herbs. Soon McFeeters developed a friendship with her, which continued for several years. McFeeters didn’t know that Delaughter had been watching Amazing Facts on television, and had found the Stearns Seventh-day Adventist Church. She had not visited the church, because she didn’t think she knew anyone who attended. One day, she drove by the church just as McFeeters was walking in. The next day, she went into the restaurant and asked McFeeters, “Do you go to that church just down the road?”
When Delaughter realized she had a friend who was Seventh-day Adventist, she started to attend the church right away. “It’s been great!” she says. McFeeters began Bible studies with Delaughter, and on December 15, 2019, she was welcomed into the church family by profession of faith.
Kentucky-Tennessee | August 2019